The Grant Plant has secured over $60 million in funding for New Mexico’s nonprofit organizations. Our team crafts award-winning proposals, allowing clients the capacity they need to run their programs without focusing on the time-consuming task of grant seeking and writing. We help with all aspects of the grant process from research to writing to grants management and reporting. This ensures none of the steps in the process get overlooked or forgotten. Our track record has enabled us to contribute to the culture and well-being of people throughout New Mexico while fostering connections between clients as part of our efforts to improve the state’s standard of living.
The Grant Plant works exclusively with nonprofit organizations ranging from large to small, grassroots operations.
Education – Our clients include respected charter high schools, out of school tutoring programs, postsecondary education, local school districts, and adult literacy programs. We work with these clients to improve the educational and long-term outcomes of New Mexico’s children and adults.
Healthcare – We believe it is important to support organizations working to improve the health of New Mexicans. We have secured funds for programs focused on improving Native American health outcomes, improving the educational pipeline for nurses, and developing a pathway to licensure for natural birth centers in the state.
Arts and Culture – New Mexico is overflowing with culture and talent. We work with organizations that support the preservation of culture and history, provide art education, strengthen the performing arts, and further other cultural and artistic endeavors.
Social Services – The Grant Plant has helped secure funding for programs that ease hunger, poverty, and homelessness, work to eliminate domestic violence, child abuse and neglect, as well as improve the lives of the elderly and disabled in our community.
Policy – We have helped ensure funding for those working on impactful state and local policy issues, including those improving outcomes in education, health, and social services for New Mexicans. We believe it is important to support not only direct-service organizations but also those working to create change through advocacy and policy.